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Couple Finally Able to Enjoy Sex For First Time In Nine Years

When Kirstin Stallings dreamt of getting married, she also always thought of having a family. But she was unable to conceive for one very odd reason. Stallings could not bear to have sex.

Kristin and her husband Chris Stallings could not have sex because it was so painful. Nine years of marriage went by until they had a night of real, enjoyable sex. Luckily throughout everything, her marriage stayed strong. Kristin told a local news station:

"I don't know many men who would stick with a marriage for nine years without having sex a single time." Chris had this response, "I married my wife. To be intimate is a bonus. But really it's a small portion of the day."

Kristin went to a multitude of medical experts. All of them said the same thing and told Kristin to relax. Completely stumped, they deduced to ignore the issue. Finally, they found out that relaxation is not a solution.

The Foundation Concepts Specialty Physical Therapy told her she pelvic muscle dysfunction. The clinic specialized in pelvic muscle dysfunction so they were better at spotting that than other specialists.

According to the Cleveland "When you are unable to control the muscles in your pelvic floor to have a bowel movement, it is called pelvic floor dysfunction. People with pelvic floor dysfunction contract these muscles rather than relax them."

The owner of The Foundation Concepts Specialty Physical Therapy clinic, Sarah Dominguez explained, "Quite often, it's the muscles that are not able to relax and have intercourse. She also said that approximately 40% of women have a lot of pain during intercourse.

However, about 90% of those women experience pelvic floor dysfunction.

It treated by using the method of biofeedback with the help of a physical therapist. It is the most common method and helps about 75% of women. Medication, relaxation, and surgery are other ways that doctors treat pelvic floor dysfunction.

However, everyone's body reacts differently with certain medications so taking one that works may take a while.

Source: KCTV 5
Photo: KCTV 5

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